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  1. Maurice, Could this have been a false-positive notification from Windows Defender? None of the other AV tools found anything, even though I was getting repeated messages from Windows Defender in real-time. Thanks! - Les
  2. Maurice: I did both - neither found anything, although I have uploaded the logs as you suggested. Perhaps Windows Defender was being blocked access to a running process containing the virus? There seem to be no traces of the virus otherwise and I haven't gotten any notifications about the virus since this morning. Thanks for the help! - Les msert.log
  3. Hey Maurice, Thanks for the guidance. I ran the Windows Defender offline scan, but am still getting notifications in the Windows Defender Protection History about Win32/Fuery.C!cl. It happens every few hours where it finds and removes a couple .tmp files. I've attached a screenshot from Windows Defender with one of the notifications. Any ideas on how to get rid of this?
  4. I keep getting notifications from Windows Defender saying "Threat Detected: Trojan:Win32/Fuery.C!cl" and "Status: Removed". The notifications occur largely when the computer is not in use, not when I'm browsing or reading e-mail. The notifications have been happening a few times a day for about a week. There are no other apparent issues (my PC isn't slow, no strange web pages, etc.) I'm currently using Norton Security Suite, which hasn't detected anything, and ran Malwarebytes, which also didn't find anything, yet the notifications in Windows Defender keep occurring. Any thoughts on how best to eradicate this virus? Is there really a virus or is this a false positive from Windows Defender? Thanks!
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